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by Maria Wheeler

Category: Schools and Teaching
Subcategory: Teaching and Education
Author: Maria Wheeler
ISBN: 1885477457
ISBN13: 978-1885477453
Language: English
Publisher: Future Horizons; 1 edition (April 1, 2004)
Pages: 122
Fb2 eBook: 1906 kb
ePub eBook: 1855 kb
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So many helpful strategies. I'd recommend this for a parent of a child with any delays, even those not related to Autism.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. So many helpful strategies. My son finally trained at . years old. Reading this book made me feel not so bad about it-there were real case studies of children as old as 11 still not being toilet trained!

This comprehensive guide contains more than 200 toilet training tips and 60 case examples to guide parents and teachers of children with autism who need techniques beyond those used to toilet train other children.

This comprehensive guide contains more than 200 toilet training tips and 60 case examples to guide parents and teachers of children with autism who need techniques beyond those used to toilet train other children. You may also like these related Books & Products. Constipation, Withholding and Your Child. Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism and Relate. uthor: Maria Wheeler.

A Parent’s Guide · Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism or other Developmental Issues: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Teachers by Wheeler, M. (2007). Once Upon a Potty by Frankel, A. (2007)

These materials are the product of on-going activities of the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network, a funded program of Autism Speaks. It is supported by cooperative agreement UA3 MC 11054. Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism or other Developmental Issues: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Teachers by Wheeler, M. Going to the Potty by Rogers, F. (1997).

Toilet training can be a battleground for parents and children. In this book―the only one on the market dealing with the specific issues involved in toilet training children with autism―Maria Wheeler offers a detailed roadmap for success.

ISBN 9781885477453: All previously owned books are guaranteed to be in good condition.

This book describes strategies that have been demonstrated as effective in teaching toileting skills to children with autism. It includes over 200 toilet training tips and more than 40 case examples with solutions. In this book, the only one on the market dealing with the specific issues involved in toilet training children with autism, Maria Wheeler offers a detailed roadmap for success, based on over twenty years of experience. Easy-to-read bulleted lists offer over 200 do's and don'ts, along with more than fifty real-life examples. Learn, among other things, how to: gauge readiness, overcome fear of the bathroom, teach how to use toilet paper, flush and wash up and deal with toileting in unfamiliar environments. A life preserver for parents and reluctant children!

Toilet training can be a battleground for parents and children. In this book, the only one on the market dealing with the specific issues involved in toilet training children with autism, Maria Wheeler offers a detailed roadmap for success, based on over 20 years of experience. Simple lists offer over 200 dos and don'ts, along with more than 50 real-life examples.

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This comprehensive guide contains more than 200 toilet training tips and 60 case examples to guide parents and teachers of children with autism who need techniques beyond those used to toilet train other children.
Comments to eBook Toilet Training for Individuals with Autism and Related Disorders, Volume 1: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Teachers
Kefym
5 STARS, I RECCOMEND IT TO ANYONE WHO HAS A LOVED ONE WITH AUTISM WHO IS STRUGGLING WITH TOILET TRAINING. MY YOUNGEST IS STILL POTTY TRAINING AND HE IS 6 YEARS OLD, HE HAS PROFOUND AUTISM AND IS NON-VERBAL, THAT IS WHY I BOUGHT THIS BOOK, IT HAS ALOT OF DIFFERENT TACTICS AND STRATEGIES TO USE, PATIENCE IS KEY, AND MAY ALL MOTHERS/FATHERS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM BE BLESSED, NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE. KEEP YOUR FAITH AND HOPES UP EVEN WHEN IT SEEMS UNBEARABLE, OUR CHILDREN NEED US, WE ARE ALL THEY HAVE. DONT EVER GIVE UP ON THEM, PERSISTANCE AND PATIENCE PLEASE!
Very Old Chap
Potty training is a different ball game for children with autism. I bought this book looking for new strategies for my three year old on the spectrum. There are different cases, different stories and different solutions. It's an easy read for anyone and has some good ideas. Good luck everyone!
Drelalen
I loved this book. This book is easy to read, great tips, and very colorful. I used it with many of my clients and have recommended it to many parents who are having difficulty toilet training thier children. I even used the advice in the book to train my own typically developing child.

One of the things I liked most was the real stories of children. I also liked the fact that the book is organized well and each section is clearly identified for easy referring back to or going to a particular situation. You don't have to read it from beginning to end.

This book is a must have for professionals and parents alike who are dealing with toilet training issues.
Uyehuguita
Didn't use this at all. Not very good for Autistic kids. Very generalized. Needed something more to the point and specific...step by step.
Windforge
It was nicely written, somewhat helpful and has a good layout but there wasn't anything in there that was the "light bulb" idea I was hoping for. Truth is, it just takes time. It's exhausting, extensive, AND expensive, but sometimes a kid just ain't ready and so you just have to wait a little bit longer and then try, try again...We've tried so many things: we built a wide step-up platform so our son would have more independence and less trouble with balance, and that works well for peeing. If we tell him potty time and he has to go he will step-up and go through the motions (assisted - he's almost 4) so he is on his way but he has that dreaded "play with poop" issues and this book, while covering the topic better than most others, cannot offer much for help there because it is something he will just simply have to outgrow. (Recommend wearing large size onesies backwards with pants or shorts or even overalls if you're really desperate so you can get in there to check but your child cannot. A company called Essential Whites carries the larger sizes up to 5T and they are truly the softest onesies I have ever bought). DON'T GIVE UP ON POTTY TRAINING THOUGH! I recommend the onesies when you need to take a break for a few weeks. Others might not agree. That's okay! Do what seems to work best for your child!
Domarivip
I tried this book and it's methods when my son was 4 hoping to get him trained as his twin was already trained (twin is not autistic) but really it came down to he just needed more time. Now at age 6 without the help of books he is trained as well. He just needed time to get it for himself.
Unsoo
...we all know that. This book approaches the MANY different unique issues that may come up in toilet training a child with autism. It does not imply (as most books on this topic do) that there is one sure way to success. The authors provide many suggestions to address each child's INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES (sensory or otherwise) in the training plan. Also, I liked the EMPHASIS ON TEAMWORK -- toilet training an autistic child must involve cooperative effort from teachers, therapists, respite care workers, parents and anyone else who spends time with your child.
My son is almost 5 and it's been very frustrating trying to potty train him. Regular books just didn't address many of the issues we had. Like how to deal with a kid who has a love/hate relationship with the "blow dryers" in public restrooms, or constantly flushes the toilet. He can go #1, but I have to supervise him or he will tear the bathroom up. I already had some pecs in use but wasn't using them as well as I could have. I like all the case studies, it kept my attention span. In 2 days I have seen so much progress and have hope that the process can be completed. It has large font and lots of white space, it could be made smaller. So worth the money. I read the whole thing in around an hour and was so excited. I have tried so many things that didn't work and now I have better strategies. Thank god someone wrote a book that we really need.
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